Re:wild is a conservation organization with global reach and global impact inspiring people to become part of the prevention and the cure to climate crises.
Lollapalooza has rocked the world for decades, attracting millions of fans to see incredible artists around the world.
Did you know animals help sequester carbon? An ecosystem teeming with life and biodiversity sequesters more carbon than an ecosystem without animals because animals support the processes that help keep ecosystems healthy and resilient — from the growth of new trees and plants to the prevention of forest fires.
Re:wild Your Fridge is a campaign to educate millions of people about the connection between what we eat and the health and future of our planet. It’s about finding out where your food comes from, understanding what it does to your body and your environment, and thinking about what you are willing to change – from a personal perspective to a systemic one.
Re:wild Your Campus is leading a nationwide movement to transform campuses into vibrant, sustainable, and safe environments. Starting with these places of living and learning, we are creating a new way of living in sync with nature. We are on a mission to eliminate synthetic pesticides from all college campuses in the U.S. by 2030.
It’s time to break away from the myth that the wild is something exotic that exists somewhere else. It isn’t. We are all wild things caught at the intersection of an environmental crisis with three heads: climate change, biodiversity loss, and disease. Re:wild Your Life is a resource to help you take the first step on your rewilding journey.
World-renowned global music festival Lollapalooza has elevated its commitment to protecting the planet through a new partnership with Re:wild.
Across the world, Lollapalooza festivals will support Re:wild and its local partners by sharing environmental education, providing festival space for Re:wild partners to speak directly with music fans, and by financially supporting Re:wild projects. With education as a primary means of positive change, fans can learn more about how to rewild their daily lives and communities.
Lollapalooza Teams with Leonardo DiCaprio’s Re:wild Environmental Organization.
Re:wild works with 500+ partners in more than 80 countries to create real-world impact.
Biodiversity — the diversity of life on Earth, and a missing link in the climate conversation.
Rewilding means helping nature heal, giving space back to wildlife and returning wildlife back to the land, as well as to the seas.